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THIRD GRADE

Sylvia Clark

LaToya Williams

2020-2021 Goals

ELA GOAL: 

By the end of the year 70% of the students will score Basic or above on the LEAP 2025 assessment.

 

MATH GOAL: 

By the end of the year 70% of students will score Basic or above on the LEAP 2025 assessment. 

LEAP 2025

LEAP 2025 will be administered in the spring in ELA, Math, and Social Studies.

  • The ELA assessment will test the areas of literary text, informative text, vocabulary, written expression, and knowledge and use of writing conventions. 
  • The LEAP 2025 Math assessment will assess areas of major content, additional and supporting content for grade 3, expressing mathematical reasoning, and modeling and application.
  • This year the newly developed LEAP 2015 Social Studies assessment will be given to students in grade 3 as well. This assessment will test the areas of history, geography, economics, and civics as aligned to the Social Studies Louisiana Standards for Grade 3.

Students will also be assessed in science this school year. The iLEAP will be administered to our grade 3 students in the spring, as well. 

Third Grade Teachers
Latoya Williams

Ms. Latoya Williams -

Ms. Williams has been teaching for over 17 years.  She received her Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education Grades 1-8 from Grambling State University.  She enjoys teaching her students and building relationships with them. She hopes to instill a love for lifelong learning within her students. She loves music and spending time with her friends and family. 

Sylvia Clark

Ms. Sylvia Clark - 

Born and raised in Mississippi, Ms. Clark has called Houma home for 30 years.  She has taught at Honduras for 23 years.  She considers it a privilege to have worked with so many wonderful students and felt like each one was her own.  Upon her retirement she plans to return to her Mississippi roots with many fond memories of Honduras.  

 

Kiwanis Terrific Kids

A student from each homeroom is selected to represent their class as the “Terrific Kid”.  These students display the following characteristics thoughtful, enthusiastic, respectful, responsible, influential, friendly, impeccable, and caring.   Students are recognized by the Kiwanis Club of Houma at a special awards program held at school at the end of each nine weeks.